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year-old child. it took 10 minutes to reel him in but he was returned safely to a lake in the south of
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. >> reporter: authorities tell me they will continue to escort residents whose home was destroyed through sunday. in san bruno, reggie, kron 4 news. >> estimates are in regarding the cost of the explosion in san bruno. $38million in damage to homes, and properties. 31million in homes and private property destroyed and 6.66 million worth of public infrastructure. ringconnect 2400
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. new details of a woman who was ikilled. he says his mother smelled gas days before the plast. kron 4's christine talks to the man. >> reporter: the son of elizabeth torres says she k5u8 pg&e about a gas smell. she was confirmed on tuesday as the 4th victim. her says the entire family knew there was a problem. take a listen to what he said she told him. >> they called pg&e and they looked around and said, yeah, okay, and they go back without doing anything. >> reporter: pg&e says they are
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investigating. they reviewed called from september 1 through september 9 and found no record of gas leak calls. found two calls of gas leaks, july 23 and july 27. pg&e says they responded and fixed the league. investigators are trying to determine if there was a failure with the 30-inch pipe or a small leak that was there for some time. >> reporter: one e-mail had to do with a gas smell before the blast, they are looking for more recent reports. tonight we have word about the vigil and funeral mass set up for two victims. john gardner and her dotter is set for tomorrow night at 7:00.
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located on 17th avenue in san francisco. starts at 11:00 on friday morning at the same locations. classes are chanceled for friday so teachers and students can go. stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage and head to where we have coverage of the incident. mild conditions out there this afternoon. tomorrow is even better. the fog is not as extense positive toits warm just a bit. 7:00 patchy fog near the coast. by noon the fall peaging back to the coast line, looks like it will stay under the fog. thry, similar temperatures to
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this afternoon. 62 in coastal locations, 84 inland. rain celt to hit the bay area this weekend, details coming up. meg whitman is a new record holder tonight. she has done something that no other political candidate has done in the history of the united states. done in the history of the united states. what that distinction is and ma] the turn changes everything. ♪ the turn will make you think. ♪ make you re-examine your approach. change your line. innovate. and create one of the world's fastest-reacting suspensions, reading the road 1,000 times per second.
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new at 11:00, san francisco has hit a milestone according to gavin newsom, the city has taken 12,000 homeless people off the streets and into permit housing since he took office in 2004. but jonathan says some sees a problem with the mayor's mass.
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>> there is nowhere near 12,000. >> reporter: jennifer is in no hurry to kiss the mayor because she says the number is a hodgepodgeeration. -- exaggeration. they are counting 5,000 bus tickets, sending homeless people back to their city. >> we pay for food for them to get there. the other 7,000 have been put into affordable housing in san francisco. the mayor's office has a different definition. the city's number show 2100 have been placed in housing.
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4700 have been put into hotel rooms. they claim those people could spend 85% of their welfare income on rent. only 2100 are really in permanent affordable housing. if you count the hotel rooms and the bus ride, the numbers to add up. jonathan bloom, kron 4 news. we have been enjoying nice weather and one more day of that before we see 3q hey stainbusters, my son loves pizza but this was a first - grease on his back ! i totally missed it, another shirt ruined. good thing the expertise of spray n' wash is combined with the power of resolve in our new in wash stain remover. only resolve has stainseekers. just treat the stains you see and add to the wash for the ones you miss.
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backed candidates. the upset in delaware ended democratic control of the senate. >> reporter: republicans are focusing on the number 10, that's how many more seats they need to win control of the senate. >> the people of delaware have spoken. >> reporter: republican carl robe calls odonnal unelectable. >> we were looking at 8-9 seats, we are now looking at 7- 8. >> reporter: she won in delaware with a backing of the tea party. not the republican party. she advocates abolishing social security, medicare ask department of education. he defaulted on her morguage and student loan and been called a fraud. he upset michael castle who had
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been a heavy favorite to fill vice president biden senate's seat. >> i want you to know this, you are welcome to join the people's crusade. >> reporter: in new york, carl defeated rick for governor. the buffalo millier air. he has been caught forwarding racist e-mail jokes. and closer to home, meg whitman was in san francisco today. this was the scene as she spoke with employees of yelp. the new information that whitman has become a record holder. she has now spent more of her own many than in the history of
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the united states. $119million. we asked her about that today. >> i have been running for 18 months, had a primary and upagainst someone who is backed by the union. so it is expensive. but i feel great about where we are. you can't buy elections, californians are too smart for that. what i will bring to sacramento is independence and i will do what is right for to people of california. >> the former ceo of ebay faced a tough crowd today. the audience bombarded her with questions about her negative ads and her stance against marriage. big changes this weekend.
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friday we will see some changes, clouds streaming in. cooler temperatures each day as we head into the weekend. showers on saturday and through the rest of the bay area on sunday. let's talk about tomorrow morning. the fog cleared off the coast today, so filling in along the coast line at 6:00 in the morning. back to the coast line by noon tomorrow. sun breaks possible long the coast tomorrow afternoon. temperatures will be the same or warmer than what we saw today. 80 in santa rosa. 75 san rafael. 80 for inland and 70s in the south bay. strong storm passing to the north this weekend. looks like we are going to get
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rain, 11:00 on sunday, into the north bay, lull in the rain before it returns on sunday. 8:00 in the morning slight chance of showers and stays that way, slight chance of showers, although the chances should improve. not expecting a lot of rain so enjoy tomorrow while you can because it's going to be nice. not a lot of rain expected but it's unusual because it's so early for us to be seeing rain. giants pitchers come up big agains heavy duty truck,
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good evening. giants-dodgers with a lot on
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the line. miller throwing out the first pitch. joe and jennifer montana in the first row. they must have showed him 12 times. chad billingsly, continues here, sandoval here. he is under .200. ethier, boom. they got nothing to play for. nice play. there is the boss. the giants pitching staff. matt cain, off balance, in a pent race, you are concentrating, the dig by huff. mike fontenot, bochy started three guys that made you raise your eyes. what is he doing? fontenot came through, 1-0. sandoval, huff makes it home, 2-
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1 giants. in good shape. >> available experience for them to play in these type games, every pitch, every play, every at bat means so much. that's our style. [ñindiscernibleñ] the way we do things. >> cain 7 shut out innings. giants a half game back in the division and wildcard races. same two clubs tomorrow night. sandoval will sit. podries and rockies. tulowitzki is becoming king. two of homers yesterday, here he goes again. boy he is on fire. let me catch myself. this guy, boom, couple of 3-run home runners today.
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9-6 rockies. when you don't sleep, occasionally slip of the tongue will happen. >> talking about jackie. anyway, the rockies trail the giants by one game. a's playing in kansas, major rain delay. after an hour and 27 minutes, cahill got tagged here. coco crisp, a'ss lose 6-3. coco crisp he is going to make -- my favorite deal, a's lose 6-3. 10 back. >> what happened to milton bradley. that was my favorite name.
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